Roger D. Aines

Roger D. Aines

Carbon Fuel Cycle Program Leader

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Roger Aines is the Program Leader for Carbon Fuel Cycle in E Program, and a Senior Scientist in the Chemistry, Materials, Earth and Life Sciences Directorate. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Carleton College, and Doctor of Philosophy in geochemistry from the California Institute of Technology. He has been at LLNL since 1984 working on nuclear waste disposal, environmental remediation, application of stochastic methods to inversion and data fusion, management of carbon emissions including separation technology, and monitoring and verification methods for sequestration.

Roger’s career has involved a close coupling of scientific research, engineering, field demonstration, and assessment of future development needs for technology. His research interests include the chemistry of natural and engineered processes, including carbon dioxide separation and water treatment. His current research includes improved carbon separation methods and coupling carbon separation with existing water treatment technology. He led LLNL’s development of stochastic inversion and data fusion techniques known as the stochastic engine. This is currently being applied to monitor oil field injection and is being developed to monitor CO2 sequestration. Roger holds eight patents in the area of in situ degradation of organic chemicals through heating, simulation of steam-driven underground processes in heterogeneous media, and the mechanisms of thermally assisted remediation. A key research component of his work in this area has been the coupling of active remediation methods to longer-term, self-actuating methods like oxidation and bioremediation. A co-developer of Dynamic Underground Stripping and Hydrous Pyrolysis/Oxidation, he supports the application of thermal remediation techniques at both private and government site cleanups by serving on a number of Federal and private review panels.

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